Today’s article will be a brief one. After illustrating some irony I will state the obvious.
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A Simple Question Of Equity
“Let the punishment fit the crime.” How many times have we heard that in our lives? Most Americans agree with that principle but apparently some do not in practice.
Two Brands; Both Dangerous
There are two far right political brands in America today. They are both dangerous to American democracy. Think this is all hyperbole; read on. Continue reading Two Brands; Both Dangerous
The Fear/Hate Of Different
Today’s is going to be a more reflective and abstract article than most. The other day I was reading about how Franklin Delano Roosevelt thought about how Abraham Lincoln would handle a situation when deciding what to do. I thought how strange considering the 70 odd years that separated their times in the White House. Then I remembered that Harry Truman is one of my political models. With the idea that the more things change, the more they stay the same in mind, let’s explore. Continue reading The Fear/Hate Of Different
Persuasion 2018 – Part Three
In today’s installment of my series on persuasion I want to concentrate on one target demographic: young people. You will find a lot of similar strategies for activating young voters and women. News flash to the old, white men of the GOP: women are people. Let’s explore. Continue reading Persuasion 2018 – Part Three